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Job Description

Electromechanical Assembler (Levels I, II, & III)

(Multiple Openings)

Compensation: $18.00/hr. – $27.00/hr. + GREAT Benefits & 30% 401k Matching

Temp/Contract to Permanent:
Results in W-2 Benefited Perm. Position

Department: Manufacturing

Supervisor: Production Supervisor

Company Summary

Our client specializes in the design and manufacture of advanced sensing technologies and condition

monitoring equipment, particularly for applications in harsh environments. Their comprehensive

product lineup includes self- generating velocity sensors, industrial and high-temperature

accelerometers, as well as digital switches, transmitters, signal conditioners, and cable

assemblies. They are noted for their rigorous approach to quality and reliability, making them a

preferred choice for industries that require precise and durable vibration monitoring solutions,

such as the military, aerospace, marine, scientific, and industrial sectors.

Position Summary

We are seeking Electromechanical Assemblers at various levels (I, II, & III) to join our client’s

team and perform a range of electronic and electromechanical assembly operations. This role

involves assembling components and sub- assemblies, performing continuity checks, and possibly

working on prototype assemblies and training other personnel. The ideal candidate will bring a

detail-oriented approach and a commitment to quality, contributing across all areas of our

production processes.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Prepare and assemble electronic and electromechanical components on printed circuit boards and

mechanical assemblies.

• Perform coil winding, apply coatings, and conduct continuity verifications.

• Build and test cable assemblies using visual aids, diagrams, or blueprints.

• Execute soldering and wiring operations to established specifications and standards.

• Assist in routine assembly and perform rework on discrepant assemblies as needed.

• Operate various manufacturing equipment such as arbor presses, sand/water blasting machines, and

coil machines.

• Contribute to other production departments as required.

• Train and monitor junior assembly personnel (specific to level III or as needed).

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

• Ability to identify electronic components, read resistor color codes, and interpret prints,

drawings, and diagrams.

• Proficient in using basic hand tools and working with a stereo microscope.

• Experience with soldering and working knowledge/understanding of testing and measuring


• Strong problem-solving skills and ability to follow detailed assembly procedures.

• Excellent manual dexterity and ability to manage small components.

Education and Experience:

• High school diploma or equivalent is required.

• Soldering certification may be required (test administered).

• Experience levels vary: Entry-level (no experience needed for Level I), 1-3 years (Level II),

and 3-5 years in assembly or related roles (Level III).

• Previous experience in an ISO 9000 certified production environment is preferred.

Special Requirements:

• Flexibility to work in a dynamic production environment with varying tasks and


• Ability to read, interpret, and apply color codes in manufacturing processes.

Working Conditions

• Work is performed on the production floor with a low to moderate noise level.

• Exposure to manufacturing elements such as cleaning chemicals and machinery.


• 10 paid holidays & 2 weeks PTO accrual (3 weeks after 5 years)

• 401(k) with 30% match

• al Insurance 85% covered by employer (Anthem Client)

• Life Insurance

This position offers a unique opportunity to grow and advance within a dynamic team dedicated to

excellence in manufacturing and product quality. Whether you are starting your career or are an

experienced assembler, we have opportunities that will leverage and develop your skills in a

supportive environment.